Thursday, June 20, 2024

‘Journalistic Standards’ Protected Jeffrey Epstein for Three Years

Once upon a time, in the not-so-distant past of 2016, the mainstream media found itself entangled in a web of its own making,  spun with threads of sensationalism, conspiracy, an insatiable hunger for ratings, and a full-blown hatred for then-President Donald Trump.

The Russia hoax was born. This tall tale was spun by the likes of CNN, MSNBC, and other fake news liberal networks that were knowingly lying to the American people in an attempt to discredit Donald Trump’s presidency.

The Durham Report in 2024 revealed the truth: the Russia hoax was nothing more than a house of cards built on lies and misinformation. The media didn’t care. They knew they had absolutely nothing, and to this day, people still believe that Donald Trump is some kind of Russian asset.

The real question is, where were the journalistic standards that were applied by ABC just three months before the 2016 election?

Following Jeffrey Epstein’s likely murder in prison on August 10, 2019, ABC Anchor Amy Robach was caught on a hot mic claiming to have had the story three years prior. She was told by her superiors that the story was “stupid.”

Robach claimed that the “Palace found out we had her [Virginia Giuffre] whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us [ABC] a million different ways.”

Giuffre, who was in hiding for over a decade at this point, was convinced to come out to ABC with her story, and she told Robach everything that we now know from the release of the Epstein files. ABC was aware of Bill Clinton’s involvement as well as the accusations against Alan Dershowitz, yet kept it under wraps for over three years.

Jeffrey Epstein was a monster. He recruited children to provide sexual services for billionaires and government officials. From the documents, it appears that he only paid these girls between $200-$300, depending on the type of service they provided. He instructed these underage females to be submissive to their globalist masters.

Yet the same mainstream media that propagated the Russian Hoax and the #MeToo movement, where everyone was guilty until they could prove their innocence – decided an interview with one of Epstein’s underaged victims did not meet their journalistic standards.

ABC News’ initial concern was that nobody would know who Jeffrey Epstein was, and the story wouldn’t attract an audience, so they never permitted Robach, who I assume must have been a real journalist prior to 2019, to release her findings.

However, people certainly know who former President Bill Clinton is, and we have a right to know if he was using his connections in the White House to help Epstein orchestrate a human trafficking ring.

They know who Alan Dershowitz is, as he is frequently a guest on mainstream media programs.

Yet, they held onto the story, allowing Epstein to live freely until his arrest on July 6, 2019.

They would rather risk the innocence of a child to protect their bottom dollar. The mainstream media does not work for you. They do not care about you. They protected a pedophile who was a danger to children around the world to avoid lawsuits.

The mainstream media’s handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case and the Russia hoax exposes the double standards at play in their so-called “journalistic standards.” In the case of the Russia hoax, the media’s relentless pursuit of a narrative that they knew to be false led to a years-long investigation that ultimately revealed no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and wasted taxpayer dollars.

In the Jeffrey Epstein case, the mainstream media’s reluctance to pursue the story, despite having compelling evidence and an interview with a victim, put millions of children at risk and allowed the elites to roam freely without a care in the world.

The media is the most dangerous weapon the regime has. They select and choose what you see. They control the narrative. Be wary of what you’re told, question authority, and always turn to alternative media for the other side of the story.